New batch of pdp8 OMNIBUS to USB interface! Please Read and react!
hachti at hachti.de
Mon Feb 20 17:39:49 CST 2017
Here it's way not as bad as on the Linux Kernel mailing list... I once came up with some nice additions to the ftdi usb serial driver. Reaction was something like "Do it right! Now!" The "right" was only a question how the thing should be controlled from the system's perspective. I only added functionality and a simple sysfs interface. But that was not enough. They wanted it to be attached to the GPIO framework (which I still consider unsuitable for the issue).
Instead of taking my changes and staying with the wish that there should be even more stuff added, it was refused and I lost interest in upstreaming my mega-speed patch.
But I will produce my board (again). Withe xc9572xl and Eagle and without Arduino.
Whoever wants a different board, can make/derive one afterwards.
Dipl.-Inf. (FH) Philipp Hachtmann
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> Am 20.02.2017 um 15:53 schrieb Peter Coghlan <cctalk at beyondthepale.ie>:
> Philipp wrote:
>> I am so sorry that I use Eagle!
>> Please let us stop this discussion. It's just a tool. And KiCAD is another tool. I currently use Eagle and that's it.
> I'm with Philipp on this.
> Every time someone posts to the list to offer some piece of hardware they
> are developing, our response is "You're doing it wrong. Do it this way
> instead.". Then there follows a long and useless debate, quite tangential
> to classic computing, which often ends up with the project getting delayed
> or shelved, possibly because of the added hassle for the person doing the
> When someone comes offering something like this, couldn't we just accept
> that whoever is doing the work has already put some thought into it and
> has good reasons for the options they are going with? If they post
> looking for suggestions, they are looking for suggestions, not looking
> for someone to convert them to a different religeon.
> We could just be thankful that someone is willing to put the effort into
> doing something like this and make an effort to make things as easy as
> possible for them.
> If anyone doesn't like what is on offer, they are free to put the work
> into creating what they believe would be a better project but not to
> hold up what has already begun.
> Peter Coghlan.
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